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INDEX

Gulistan, Treaty of,  ii. 407, 411, 4x3.

414

Gulnabad, ii. 314 J Battle of, 315, 318
Gumesh Tappa, i. 29
Gumushtigin, Amir, ii. 105
Gundisapur, i. 437, 497
Gurgan, city of, i. 472 ; Yezid's campaign,

u-545 5*. *33
Gurgan, River, i. 2, 29, 35,xox, 284, 328,

329» 334? 472» 54-3 5 »• ^04

Gurgenes, King of Iberia, i. 480

Gurgin Khan, Prince of Georgia, ii. 307,
308 ; murder of, 308-309

Our Khan, ii. 126, 149

Gushnaspdeh, i. $30 footnote

Gustasp, King; conversion of, by Zoro-
aster, i. 108-109 5 146 ; ii. 83

Guti, kingdom of, i. 72, 83

Gutschmid, A. von, i. 329 footnote, 331

Gwadur, i. 297

Gyges, King of Lydia, i. 137

Gypsy dialect, ii. 79 footnote

Hadi, Caliph, ii, 66 5 reign of, 67
Hadramnut, province of, ii, 2, 3, 28
Hadrian, Emperor, i, 410, 434
Haetumant, vide Helmancl, the
Haffar, channel of Karun River, i. 44
Hafir, i. 53x
Hafiz, ii. X95 ; meeting with Tamerlane,

204-205 ; career of, 232-234 ; 38x^0*-

note
Hajjaj bin Yusuf, ii. 51; defeats Ibn-al-

Ashath, 52; 59
Hakim Biamrillah, Fatimid ruler of Egypt,

ii.  108;   destroys  buildings of  Holy

Sepulchre, 1x4-115
Hakoris, ruler of Egypt, i. 244
Halicarnassus, i. 266
Halieis (in the Argive Peninsula), i. 229
Haljl, River, i. 26, 298
Halima (Mohamed's foster-mother), ii. 8
Hall, H. R. H,, I $3 footnote, 87, 9$ foot-
note, 136 footnote, i^ footnote
Halul, i. 38
Halys, River, i. x36, 137-1:38, *53> 154.

173, *75> 346, 369                    e     oo

Hamadan, i. 5, 17, 30, 120, 126, 188,

280 footnote, 4x8;  ii. 58, 71, 92, 93,

105, 127, 158, 159; captured by the

Turks, 298-299 ; 328, 345
Hamath, i. 124, 127
Hamid, Rats, ii. 272
Hamilcar, i. 2x9
Hammer-Purgstall, Joseph von, ii. 244

footnote
Hammurabi, King of Babylon j code of,

L 75 5 78, 80
Hamza Mirxa, brother of Shah Abbas;

career of, ii, 254-2555 257
, Hamza Min&a, Persian, Governor-General,

ii. 44.3, 462

535

Han Dynasty, i. 365, 417
Hani (chief of the Shaybani), i. 522
Hanifite, the, Mohamed, son of Ali, ii.
5°» 5i
Hannibal, i. 339 5 defeat at Zama, 340;
342, 3457 346
Hanway, Jonas, ii. 339 footnote, 346, 347,
355>  358»  36l»  362;   adventures of,
364-365 ; 366, 368, 371 footnote, 372
Hapardip, or Hapartip, the, i. 49, 56
Hapta-Hindu, vide Panjab, the
Hara-BerezaitJ, mountains of (Mount El-
burz), i. 117
Haran, vide Harran
Hari Rud, i. 4, 22, 285
Harmodius, statues of, i. 277
Haroun-al-Rashid, ii.65,66,67; splendour
of his reign, 68-69 ; death, 70-71; 73,
78, 88, 106, 114, 236
Haroyu, vide Herat
Harpagus the Mede, i. 150 ; tragedy of,
ibid.
Harpalus, i. 256
Harran, or Haran, i. 377, 521 ; ii. 59
Harthama; captures Samarcand, ii. 715
72
Hasan, Caliph; accession and abdication,
ii.  39-40, 44, 47 j   rebellion  of de-
scendants, 65 ; 69
Hasan (robber chief), ii. 207
Hasan, brother of Fazl, ii. 72
Hasan Ali, son of Shah Jahan, ii. 221
Hasan Ali Afr'raw, son of Fath Ali Shah,
ii.4i5
Hasan bin Ali-Utrush, ii. 92
Hasan bin Zayd, ii. 86
Hasan Buzurg, Shaykh, ii. 194
Hasan Khan, Mir of Tabas, ii, 382, 387
Hasan Sabbah, founder of the sect of the
Assassins, ii* 106 ; career of, 109-110 ;
171
Hasan, Sayyid, of Siraf, ii. 76
Hasan Shiran, Haji Mirxa, leading Mujia-
hid, ii. 478
Hasdrubal, i. 339
Hashim (Arab leader), i, 539 ; ii. 5, $> '3
Hashitn, Haji, of Shiraz, ii. 381
Hashim Khan, Mirxa, Persian Secretary,
ii. 450, 451, 454
Hastings, James, ii. 284 footnote ,
Hatra, i. 399, 4I2> 4^4» 4*5 5 revolt of>
43L 5o8, 5°9
Haupt, Moritz, i. 63 footnote
Hawazin tribe, ii. 9; crashed by Mo-
hamed, 19
Hawizeh, i. 4.3
Hawkins, Sir John, ii. 22
Haydar, son of Tuuayd, ii. 241
Haydar, son of Talunasp, ii. 2$3'254    ^
Haydar Mtr»& (son of Hamza Mir*a}9 u.
258
Haytal, vide Huns